Day in Rock Report for 11/30/2021
Royal Blood have announced that they will be launching a North American tour next spring in support of their latest studio album, "Typhoons".
The trek will feature support from cleaopatrick and is set to launch in Toronto, On on April 18th at History and will wrap up on May 24th in Boston, MA at the House Of Blues. (read more)
Dayseeker have announced that they will be performing their 2019 album "Sleeptalk" in its entirety on their forthcoming U.S. headline tour next spring.
Holding Absence, Thornhill, and Caskets have all signed on to support Dayseeker on the trek that kicks off on April 2nd in Los Angeles, CA at Teragram. See the dates below: (read more)
Enslaved will be celebrating the recent release of their new EP "Caravans To The Outer Worlds" by launching a special streaming event on Tuesday, December 21st.
The special streaming event, dubbed 'The Otherworldly Big Band Experience' will also feature the psychedelic Norwegian prog band Shaman Elephant joining Enslaved onstage. (read more)
Steve Hackett has announced that he will be launching a North American leg of his Genesis Revisited: Seconds Out + More Tour in the spring of next year.
The U.S. and Canadian leg will feature the former Genesis star performing the 1977 Genesis live album 'Seconds Out' in full, along with other Genesis classics and tracks from his latest album, "Surrender of Silence." (read more)
Goo Goo Dolls have announced that they have expanded their North American Summer Tour next year with the addition of fifteen more dates for the trek.
The new dates include stops in Bend, Bonner, Airway Heights, Portland, Bridgeport, Wantagh, Santa Barbara, Palo Alto, Waite Park, Cedar Rapids, Oklahoma City, Rogers, Doswell, Toledo and Pittsburgh. (read more)
The Foo Fighters have announced that they will be launching a North American tour next year in support of their latest studio album, "Medicine At Midnight".
The 17-date trek will be a mix of amphitheater and stadium shows, as well as performances at some leading music festivals across the U.S. and Canada next May, July and August. (read more)
Bowling For Soup have shared the band news that they have been forced to postpone their planned acoustic tour in the UK until May of next year.
The Bowling For Soup Acoustic Sing-A-Long With Jaret & Rob Tour was originally set to take place in December, but will now be kicking off on May 22nd in Bristol at Thekla. (read more)
Iron Maiden have teamed up with Marvel for a special cobranded merch line that blends the band's famed mascot Eddie with Marvel characters.
According to the announcement, "This collaboration interweaves the universes of both brands, with designs that pay tribute to Wolverine, Venom, Thanos and Deadpool in unique variations of iconic album and single artwork such as Fear of the Dark, The Trooper and Killers." (read more)
Alt-rock songwriter Jon Stancer is gearing up to release his new EP, "In Light Of" on Jan 21st, and to celebrate we asked him to tell us about the new single "These Arms (Won't Let You Go)". Here is the story:
I wrote "These Arms" for my kids. They inspired it. I was, and still am, coming to terms with their 'loss of innocence'; their adolescence, their increasing independence and eventually, setting forth into the wild. (continue)